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Oregon State Symposium

Oregon University:2011 Sports and Entertainment Law Conference

This year’s SELC will be on Friday January 28th, 2011 at the White Stag Building in Portland, Oregon. Panels and discussion will start at 9:15am and run till 4:30pm.  Registration will be from 8:00am – 9:00am. This site will tell you want you need to know about registration, panels, panelists, directions to the White Stag, … Continue reading

This Site Has Moved

Please note that we’ve moved our blog onto our main site: http://nationalsels.org/home/ We will no longer be updating this site. If you are an author, please contact us so we can get you set up at the new site. Thanks for reading!

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Mixed Martial Arts Legislation in NY Would Spur New Economic Activity

With the New York state deficit hitting $8 billion, steps need to be taken in order to right the ship that is the state’s budget. Recently New York Gov. David Paterson stated that the projected deficit for the upcoming fiscal year has grown by an additional $750 million…

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The NFL and Tax

The Supreme Court decided American Needle yesterday, and there are a couple things I want to mention: First, Michael McCann has a great article that explains the decision in plain English.  In the related shameless-self-promotion arena, I also have a new article out on SSRN that discusses the NFL’s tax status. I tried to make … Continue reading

Santa Clara Law 2010 Sports Law Symposium

In association with the Santa Clara University Athletic Department Current Sports Law Issues: Concussions, Steroids, and The Use Of Player Images Keynote Speaker: Alan Schwarz, Reporter, New York Times Lunchtime Speaker: William Neukom, Managing Partner, San Francisco Giants For notice of online registration, more details, and other updates, click here.

EASL Week at University of Maryland School of Law

The University of Maryland School of Law’s Entertainment, Arts, and Sports Law Association (EASL) is hosting its first EASL Week, starting on Monday, April 12th. The first event is a brown bag lunch with Damon Jones, the General Counsel of The Washington Nationals, who will discuss, among other things, the “greening” of Nationals Park and recent publicity rights litigation. … Continue reading

New York Law School, Sports Symposium, April 5, 2010

The Institute for Information Law and Policy at New York Law School & the Media Entertainment Sports Law Association Present: Sports Law Symposium Please join New York Law School’s IILP and MESLA on Monday, April 5, 2010 for its first ever Sports Law Symposium. There will be panels throughout the day and a networking reception … Continue reading

ASU Sports Law Symposium, March 29, 2010

Arizona State University’s Sports and Entertainment Law Students Association is pleased to announce its annual Sports Law Symposium, to be held from 9:00 am — 12:00 pm on Monday, March 29th, 2010.  It will be in the Great Hall in Armstrong Hall on ASU’s Tempe Campus. Click here for more details.

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Pay Structure of Minor League Baseball Players

The pay structure of minor league baseball players is organized between three minor league farm systems.  They are organized as follows: class AAA, class AA, and class A leagues.  The Major League Baseball Offices is in charge of handling the contracts of minor league baseball players. While both the minor league and major league were … Continue reading

Spring 2010 Sports Law Symposium at Harvard

The Harvard Committee on Sports and Entertainment Law and Harvard Journal of Sports and Entertainment Law are pleased to announce the 2010 Spring Sports Law Symposium at Harvard Law School.  The event will take place on Friday, March 26, 2010, and is open to the public, free of charge. The theme for the symposium is … Continue reading

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